Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Most men cannot last long in bed because they believe that there is nothing that can be done to influence the time they last, i.e., delay ejaculation. It's really quite simple to understand that. Almost all men who cannot last long in bed assume that there is nothing they can do to delay ejaculation.
The most common reasons we hear about why men think they cannot delay ejaculation are:
· It's the fault of their genes, he thinks he was born that way;
· It has always been so, therefore, it cannot change in the future;
· The penis size is not big enough;
· They tried to change it (in ways that made no sense), once or twice, and it did not work, so it should not be possible to change;
· That's what their women are making it happen;
· They are very young ... or too old;
· They believe all men experience early ejaculation problem, so it is fine.
But the truth is ... these are all excuses to not to learn to apply the methods and proven techniques to delay ejaculation. It’s not like men who say these things are all incapable. It’s just pointing out that all this is just excuses, and you cannot make excuses nothing to believe in something that is not true.
Some people may come with complex reasoning behind these excuses (making it appear that they are valid), but later at the end of the day, they are still just excuses.
These "reasons" are just excuses given by people who are not willing to work on the resolution of their problem to delay ejaculation. For example, if you tell yourself, “I cannot last long in bed because I was born this way”, then you just give yourself a good reason not to try anything. And the big problem of these excuses is that you will never be able to stop premature ejaculation.
The only reason that people still do it (consciously or unconsciously) is what psychology calls “secondary gains”. In this case, you do not have to solve the problem, but it has a kind of “comfort” to try to believe that there is nothing you can do to delay ejaculation. That is, the fault is not yours; it's just something with destiny.
So often people feel comfortable with their excuses and it prevents them from acting. However, if you want to have an amazing sex life, where you can have fun in bed and be able to give an incredible sexual pleasure and lasting for your wife, then you have to put aside your excuses. So, do so now. Take a second of your time to ask "Why I think I am not able to delay ejaculation?"
Accept that's just an excuse and that any logical reason you gave for it has no validity (as good as it is). The excuse is not a good enough reason not to implement proven strategies that will greatly improve your sexual life.
It's time to act and learn to delay ejaculation to last longer in bed and experience the many benefits that come with it. Now, if you accepted that you can change this situation and decided to do it, but do not know what you need to do, then continue to check online (books and articles on Premature Ejaculation and Tantric Sex) and thus, you will find the path that you are looking for.
And, if you are ready to follow the steps to lasting longer in bed, congratulations, you just about to join the list of people who have had success and changed their sexual lives forever.
Friday, February 13, 2015
Condoms have become the most popular and most widely used mechanical product designed for birth control and for stopping sexually transmitted diseases. Although condoms are intended for men and their use, when we really think about it, women use them in an indirect way too and they use it for the same reason. Learn more about sex helps you to have improve sexual performance. A condom can even reduce sensitivity of your penis and helps you last longer during sexual intercourse.
That’s why the proper use of condoms is not just a male thing that doesn’t concern women. In fact, they are equally concerned and they should also learn how their partner can use condoms in the right way. If the basic function of a condom fails, both men and women have a problem. Unfortunately, there are many men and women who despite the very clear and obvious instructions do not know how to use them properly and don’t realize or don’t want to admit that their proper use can literally mean life or death in some situations (perfect health or disease).
According to the latest surveys, many people are making a fatal mistake when using a condom during sexual intercourses. For example, they put the condom too late or don’t use the condom during the entire process and penetration or they use it in the wrong way.
Many governmental researches have confirmed that in case condoms are used in the right way and consistently, the chance for their basic function to fail are less than 2%. But, when the people who use condoms don’t use them properly this percentage is increased to about 15%. The official study of the World Health organization that was conducted in more than 10 countries have confirmed that although people for years believed that condoms are not very reliable because they can break easily, the fact is that the main cause for their functional failure is the fact that people use them in the wrong way.
The following is a shortlist of some of the most common mistakes:
- - Putting a condom on the wrong side
- - Inappropriate use of lubricants
- - Using the condom only in some parts of the sexual intercourse
- - Improper application of the condom (not leaving enough empty space on the top of the condom or leaving air on top of condoms)
- - Improper pulling out of the penis after ejaculation
Using the condom in the wrong way can lead to falling, rupturing, leakage and it is most likely to occur when the condom is used during sexual intercourse or when it is removed right after ejaculation. So, how to use a condom in the right way and stop premature ejaculation?
First and foremost, use a condom whenever you are involved in oral, vaginal or anal sexual intercourse from the beginning to the end. Before any genital contact, put a condom on the erected penis by rolling it from the top to the root of the penis. The top of the condoms must be free of air and empty. Make sure to unroll the condom in the same way. After ejaculation, before the penis becomes softer, take it by the edges and carefully pull it together with the penis. Wrap the condom in a tissue and throw it in the trash.
Friday, February 6, 2015
Human papillomavirus is a DNA virus, a sexually transmitted virus that can infect you anytime when you have unprotected sex. It is more common than HIV or just about any other sexually transmitted infection. HPV is transmitted through sexual contact, vaginal or anal sex, oral sex, or non-penetrative sex like fondling and rubbing the genital areas. HPV has several types. It can go symptomless and it can heal on its own, however, it may lead to serious health problems like cancers. There is a link between HPV and cancers like cervical cancer, vaginal or penis cancers.
HPV is furtive. It may not cause any symptoms for several years. You might be infected and you do not know about it until you develop cancers. Probably HPV will heal without treatment, probably it will turn into something worse, there is no way to tell. This is why you need screening tests. Some types of HPV may lead to cervical cancer, which has no signs and symptoms for a long while. After a while, it has symptoms, however, by that time it might be very difficult to treat.
Prevent HPV: Get Vaccinated, Get Tested
Prevention is important. Young men and women should take screening tests seriously to prevent HPV-related conditions and cancers.
Condoms and physical barriers are helpful. However, keep in mind that condoms do not cover the entire genital area where warts and HPV can be present – not only they are there on the genitals but anywhere near the genitals.
Vaccines against HPV Infection
Vaccines can help you prevent all the trouble, whether you are a woman or a man. Young men and women should get vaccinated at an early age, from 12 to 26. Vaccines mean protection against the most common HPV types. HPV vaccines are safe. You have to receive three shots within six months. It would be best if young kids got vaccines at the age of 11 or 12, this is the age when the vaccines are most effective.
If you are a female and a United States citizen, you can have access to two types of vaccines, Cervarix and Gardasil. Gardasil will prevent most genital warts, cervical cancer, vaginal, vulvar and anal cancers, too. You should receive it when you are 11 or 12. You should receive it by the time you turn 26.
Cervical cancer screening can save your life. A Pap test can detect abnormal cells growing within the cervix. If they are removed at an early stage, no cancer will develop. HPV DNA testing is also effective, it can be a complementary testing to a Pap test. You should get screened, even if you got a vaccine against human papillomavirus. Vaccines can prevent HPV infection, but they do not prevent every type of cervical cancers. Cervical cancers do not have signs and symptoms until late stages. Get tested from age 21 in every 3 years.
For American men, there exists one vaccine, Gardasil. It also prevents genital warts and anal cancers. It would be most effective if you receive it at the age of 11 or 12. You can get the vaccines from the age 22 to 26.
If you are a gay or bisexual man or you are a man/woman with immune system issues (i.e. you have HIV), you should get the vaccines all the same.